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The Aspen Institute Energy and Environment Program in partnership with Ananta Aspen Centre (formerly Aspen Institute India), have convened high-ranking civil society individuals from India and the...
Tags: India, Climate Change, carbon, Economic Development, energy access, Energy Security, climate resilience, subnational cooperation, bilateral cooperation, multilateral cooperation
                    The inaugural Aspen-Nicholas Water Forum was held in Aspen, May 28 through 30, 2014.The Aspen Institute's Energy and...
Tags: Fresh Water Resources, Climate Change, Water, Water Management, Sanitation, Water Policy, Water Technology, Water Finance, Water Partnerships, Water Innovation, Water Resilience, Water Sustainability
The Energy and Environment Program and Duke University’s Nicholas Institute for Environmental Policy Solutions are collaborating to address domestic water challenges in the 21st century with an...
Tags: Water, Climate Change, utility, Finance, emerging technology
Another Helping of APEP’s Breakfast Tawk on Thursday, July 25th, 8:15-9:45AMOxfam America recently led an effort to examine advocacy evaluation practices at major global NGOs. The results from this...
Tags: Education, Climate Change, APEP News
Chats with Philanthropy on EvaluationHoward Greenwald talked to a bunch of foundation folks, including directors of evaluation and CEOs, about their perspectives on, support for, and uses of program...
Tags: Philanthropy, Evaluation Theory and Practice, Climate Change
Climate Change Advocacy The connection between climate change and security concerns can easily be over-drawn, limiting its credibility.  But Anne-Marie Slaughter and her research colleagues are...
Tags: Advocacy Strategies, Philanthropy, Climate Change
Dan Glickman is the Executive Director of the Institute's Congressional Program, and served as secretary of Agriculture from 1995 to 2001. This article originally ran on The Hill. There is...
Tags: Climate Change, Agriculture, Food Security, Crops, Drought, Farming, Ranching, Farm Bill
An individual’s ability to influence the course of climate change was a central question in an Environment Forum session on moving towards a carbon-free future. Before Boing Boing Science Editor...
Tags: Climate Change, carbon emissions, Aspen Environment Forum 2012
“We’re moving ahead of what’s normal (in terms of climate change),” Executive Editor of National Geographic Dennis Dimick told the crowd at the Environment Forum’s opening plenary discussion. “So...
Tags: Climate Change, adaptation, Aspen Environment Forum 2012

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